The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 22, 1946
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_A1G0NA Mrs. Alice Mayfleld of Mason '''i3 spending several days her sister Mrs. Amos Angle. Adelia Collins of Dee; recently visited her sister .brother-in-law Mr, and Mrs. ;. Wittkopf. • "; • «. William Cehnerl Is at aterloo visiting her daughter d son-in-law Mr.~and Mrs. K. ' Hill a, jew weeks. mma .spf>ngb.erg, who leaoh- at laes' ' Moiiis.c ' spfent" last ^ekend vvitti her parents,' Mr. d Mrs.'A. L. Sppngberg. r;'and,Mis. Ralp prew of herlanfl visited the latters siS- and her, husband, 'Mr.Vand l-s. Evva'fd' Voight last week, Mr. and Mrs, :&. A. Burtell of Perry were guests last week 6f their daughter and 'her husband Mr./ and Mrs. Homer. TuUle. Mr. and Mrs. John ^yarehbim. left recently ; f6f Seattle,; 'Wa'sHV after \/isHih'g'''.MrsI' r WSfe1ieIni l s parents Mr! ; and'Mrs. Albert Weishaar. '. ' . . . , Cora Heeren Jind Mrs, Bell Wormhaudt of P'dlia visited -, phia Heeren, -Icmal teacher, fast \ye6k. pie' Migs^s Heeren -ire sisters. ...''•'" v'" : h • ... ' ; ' MM. ;.& ;F. IJoBpke recently returned front :; Sheridan, 1y$&, having spent A fortnight with her .parettts, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Cpnripr. Mrs. Joe Bradley spefti Thursday and Friday with her mother Mrs. Willia^ti Vonderhaar at aumboldt." Mr", and Mrs, L. 0. Grimes and children'Cynthia and Jeffery, of Marshalltown were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bflrtlett. Mrs, Cora Bacon visited her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hdhenstein at Amboy, Minn., last week. Robert, "Son of Mr, and Mrs. Karl Willasso'n, following a •ftqnth vac$tip# with ,hi8 :p^r,et)ts',, htis'retur.hed to his wprk'a's dti'- pQt ageiit a,t Ohai;leS' City". - i DBS MOfNES, ALGONA, IOWA Some Of The FURNITURE' SPECIALS That Can Be Had At The DAVENPORT TYPE STIJDIO COUCH WITH CHAIR To match. Special at $179.50 Here's a Real Buy! • TWO-PIEQE DAVENPORT ' '.'•• SET;'' Davenport and Chair 599,50 This Set Was at $159 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS, as low as. J ....$14.98 Platform Rockers — End Tables Lamps — Kitchen Tables, Chairs x A Good Supply of High Chairs SEE OUR BALCONY AND SECOND FLOOR FURNITURE DEPT. TOYS ARE COMING This store will have the biggest selection of new, toys in its history. , 1946 Toyland Will Be TOJIS JOE BLOOM. Owner KELLY JOHNSON, 'j ' < of 1|opk SSld?® ill., visfted .Sirs,, Hqor.nem.ahs' mpther Mrs. ,C. ii?. 1 Specht Sirid b'rPther Williahi Specht and family, last week. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Monlux are parents'of a'daughter Mari- jly.n ^nn, bqrn October 10 at Los GatOs, Calif. In -a 'short time the family will move to Oakland, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tice returned Thursday from Johnstown, CpJo., where they had visited Mrs. Tice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. »Ri|hes a couple of Weeks. " Mr. and Mrs.' John Vance of Charles City were Sunday 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster. The men were on Guam together and had not seen each other since then. Friends of Bill Becker, son of Mr, and Mrs. W. J. 'Becker, will be interested in learning he has been sent to Camp Lee, near Fredericksberg, Va., for his basic army training. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jergenson have moved from a farm near Lone Rock to Lincoln, Nsb.,where they' have purchased a hotel. Mrs. Jergenson is the former Genevieve Altvvegg. Townserid Fla^h By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Modesto, Calif.—Declaring that the next congress would make social security one of its first pieces of business, Rep. Betrand, Gearhart, of California, gave .credit to Dr. Francis Townsend and the Townsend .organization for all gains made in this field. Cleveland, O.—The Townsend Weekly, dated Nov. 2 will be the special election edition, containing the names of all friendly congressmen. # & ff The Townsend plan will not cost the government one cent and will never add a penny to the national debt. It achieves its end by'the traditional principle ,of insurance, each citizen and' business paying a proportion of income each month as a premium, each citizen being guaranteed an annuity when incapacitated by old-age, blindness or disability, and eafch' business guaranteed a continuous cash market.—Adv. .-',. .,.- •:, , .-.i - , Mr. .and Mrs. Homer Trudeau and David, of Chicago, and Mrs. Trudeaus mother, Mrs. Helen Higtoy, and Izell of Fort Dodge, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sperry last week. Mr. and MM. theo Herbst, Mary Lou ' Sarid-bergf," M'arjpfie Dewel and Roseajine 'Reding went to Cedar Falls Saturday to Attend the homecoming and remained till Sunday. Jean Fassbinder of Hot Springs, Ark., has been with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Fassbipder the pas,t/fprtnight and plan's ,tp re-: friaih here and {lo practical nursing. ' Mrs. .Gordon Flench and son Gordqn'ne of P#.ilpdelphia,j Pa., returh'ed home Thursday fol-j lowing a visit of several days! with her mother-in-law Mrs. S.! B. French, and other local rela-i lives, Mrs. Charles Beringer and lit-; tie son Mark spent last week at Perry with her parents Mr. and] Mrs. E. C. Hullerman, Mr. Ber-' inger taking them down and 1 driving back to bring them! home. ! Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne arei leaving October 26 for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will spend the! winter. They have rented their; house here to Mr. and Mrs. Caryl 1 Schupe. Mr. Schupe is a local teacher. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson and Jimmy went to Fort Dodge Friday, where Mrs. Anderson' spept the day with the H. D. 1 Steiners and Mr, Anderson went on to Iowa Falls to attend a business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and Theodore Mitchell of Lubbock Tex., returned Thursday from £. few days of fishing at Big Chief Lake, Wis. Mr. Mitchell remained for a longer visit with the Townes. Mrs. . Shunneson of Chicago 'has been visiting Mrs. Andrew Peterson. She is a niece of the late Mr. Peterson. Other guests of Mrs. Peterson recently were her sister Mrs. Flora Gabriel and daughter Mrs. Bernice Decker of Fort Dodge. Dr. Paul Sculhgate of Los Angeles, who had been attending a medical meeting at Chicago, stopped Tuesday en route home &nd visited his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Hovbst, a few dav. Doctor South • gate is an eye, ear and nose specialist. • Mr. and Mrs. D,pn Boevers and the latter's mother, Mrs. Loretta Giffin, and Mrs. R. F. Snyder of Swea City spent a part of Sunday at Gladbrook with relatives and from there went to Tama to see Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cooper, former Algonans. Sgt. James Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, has wired his parents he is on his way home from Furth and Frjederksberg, Germany, where he had been with the army of occupation. He .expects to land _:jn the States UNO AUCTION Located ?Va miles east, 1 % miles sojiithi and % mile west of Burt, Wa; or 2Va miles south and 7% miles wesfof Titonka; t or2,mileseast,7miles;nbrthand% mile west of Algona, Iowa, in Sections 29,31^32, , Portland Township, Kossuth County, Iowa. .29 ., Sale Starts at 2:00 P. M. A comfortable seven room farm liouse, 60x4P,Gothic roof basement barn, 16^36 hog hpuse, new 36x24 cprn/crib, 18x24 granary, milk b^use/booder howse, two small chicken houses, and garage. (These build- ingsfare in good condition and are idfieal for handling a large amount of livestock,) ' . about November 1. Barbara, dauffhfej of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, has returned from the University hospital at lo'wa City and is greatly improved after a series of treatment for diabetes. However, she will have to return in a month for a routine check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener recently returned from a week's tmp to the O/arks and a visit wjth friends, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. GOld at Crane, Mo. Gordon Weg- eher has also recently returned frdm a trip to Toledo, Ohio, where he saw a former shipmate C.-'-':)3. Philo. Wtr. and Mr. Chris Wallukait speftt last week at Minneapolis, D^s Moines', and Ad.el. This was Mr. 'Wallukait's vacation. At Des Mb.ines they visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wallukait and at Adel they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wallukait, •. the men being brothers of Chris. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGre-v recently returned from Fort Wprth, Tex., where they spent a week with Mr. and Mis. Jack Weise. They wore met at Mason City by Mr. and Mrs. Don Weise, Mrs. Emma McGrew of Van Home, is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Weise and Mrs. McGrew. During V. C. Smith's absence .in South Dakota hunting Mrs. Srriith went to Iowa City to visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Owens, going from there to Galesburg, 11!, to visit another daughter and -son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. Leonard. She also visited friends af. Bello Plaines. Mrs, D. D, Monlux returned last Monday from Sioux City and Council Bluffs, where she had attended an - Amvet convention and a conference and state board meeting October 10 and 11 respectively at Council Bluffs. At Sioux City she visited her relatives, Mrs. Hugh Roberts, Mrs. Nell Hundhenck, and Anna Nelson. Bertha Godfrey ' spent the weekend at Ames with her sister-in-law Mrs. George Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dinkle of Victoria, Kans., and Leon Dehnert left last mid-week for a visit with a sister of Mr. Dehnert and Mrs. Dinkle in IJlinpis. Mrs. Dinkle is the former ' Florence Dehnert, and she and her husband spent a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krantz of Sioux Falls, S. D., were overnight guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs: J. B. Asa with whom Arthur's brother L. E. Krantz makes his home. The following day Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krantz, with L. E. Kr,antz, went to Applington, the former home of the 'airily 0nd from there'will go to Gcundy Center- and Waterloo to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. ; G; A. Sharp went ;to Spencer recently to see Mr. :Sh.arp's sister "Mrs. Dora Armstrong, who is making her home with'Jher .daughter .Sirs. Merle .NeilSpnV" Mrs. Armstrong formerly lived at Burt; hut has been a gemi-mvalid for. some time and it ,\vas'.considered -best for her to tnove Jo Spertcer about two mpnths pgo. . • Ethel Arndprfer of St. Benedict, 'has taken the position as bookkeeper at the Funk and Demi plumbing shop, replacing Mrs. Alvin Johnson, the former Evelyn Klatt, who with her husband, recently returned from overseas, has moved to a farm near Hardy. Miss Arndorfer is making her, home with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers. > Barbara Dunlop, Kaihlyn Mil- aley, "' Dorothy , Hersberg and Shirley Anliker went to Cedar Falls'Friday to attend the homecoming Saturday at the State Teachers college. Alvina Miller, Whose/ home is at Cedar Falls, spent'the weekend there and Hattie Wilson spent the weekend at her hpme in Springfield. All the wprnen are local teachers. Relatives have received word from- Mrs. Matt .Zittritsch recently, that her husband was in a car accjdant two weeks ago and \vrs hospitalized ; at. Bellevue, where he'is .superintending road co- struotion. He was en route fr0m qne end of the road work to the other, and lost control of his car which overturned, pinning him under it and crushing his left hand- A farm woman who was passing got help from the crew. Matt was taken to a hospital, where 18 clamps were used to close the wound. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Jones visited the former's sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs, John Adams Wednesday, coming from Bancroft, where they are spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jones, parents of Robert and Mrs. Adams. The Robert Joneses were married Saturday at Des Moines, the bride being Alvena Vance of Des Moines. Robert was recently discharged from service and has been working with his fathnr, u carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Adams went to Bancroft Sunday to attend a family dinner at the R. M. Jories home. Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh returned last week from a three weeks trip to Seattle and Spokane, Wash., where she visited her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin, Mr. Wadleigh's sister Mrs. H. A. Talbot and a sister-in-law, Mrs. H. M. Hele- wee niak, the latter two living Spokane. ,En,route home she stopped at Aberdeen, S. D., to see a friend Mrs. Charles Croes, Recent guests of Mr. arid Mis, Wayne Smith were Mrs.'Michael Strouth and son Dick of- Sibley and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mulherri son Bob, and Mr. and Mrs.'^Aug usl Tingles and Eunice of Sheldon. Mrs. Harold Wilkie son Bill (3,r.arit arrived Monday from 'Topeka, Kans.,' t6 visit her parents Mr. and jyTrs, William Vigars while her husband, the ft<?v. Wilkie was in Los Angeles and San Francisco on a business mission in connection with his work as chaplain at the Winter Veterans Administration hospital, Topeka. He joined his family here early this weelf and the Vigarses took the Wilkies to Washington, Mo., to V.isit Mr. Wilkie's parents, Mr. arid Mrs'. Wm. Wilkie. At (he conclusion of jthelr visit Mr. and Mrs. • Vigars will ; take Mr. and Mrs. Wilk'ie to Topeka. Mr. and tyrs. Toin W^iile ' o$ Jefferso.n, Iowa, visited Algona relatives recently. Tom said that _hc carne_ jup_ pjirticular- George's Special CHICKEN or RIBS Algonquin INDIAN STYLE GEORGE'S CAFE Where Good Food & Good Fellowship Meet ly Jo j<e,t acquainted with his i great grandchildren, .children -of. his granddaughter, Mrs. "Dick" ffcst. /, Torn tyqs State f»rSnter during • the" reign of the deino' crats in Des Moines and is rated •one o.f the leading democrats of ,the state. For rita.fty years he .was ithe .publisher of the jWhitte- fihanripion, : afl^ h<is many pit! firiends in'-this .vicini'ty. Jiis sop Jo.e, no.w ,aead, ;for a rtime ^preplan ,pf jttie itlpp^r iDes Moines, and married M : jss iuilly Nqrman qf AJgona. Another ,sPn lajries yvps 'in Algoh? .and has two sons, 'Tommy and Ter#y. It costs less thai! ONE PER HUNDRED READERS to advertise in The Algdna 1 Upper \Des Moines. OSCAR E. Johnson P^qpratic Candidate for CONGRESS .„• *TH DISTRICT !» Business man and f,arin' operator t 10 y^ars in low.a State ; L$|- islaturt NOW IN STOCK FOR KOSSUTH DeLaval Milkers, DeLAVAL MILKERS give the dairy farmer a steady, uniform vacuum — uniform milking speed and action. A DeLaval docs your milking job better, faster, cleaner and more profitably! DeLAVAL, SEPARAXORS li» sizes for the one or ,t,wp cow owner right up to the .maoa with a large herd. We h>ve the De- Laval dairy size ejtjctrjc ^nve separator — 3,11 item -that has been very hard to get. Farmers! See Bradley Bros. Now for a Briggs Firm Wagon Will Accommodate Any Standard Gcaip Pox, Hay Rack, Wood Rack, or Grain ANDHAS . Ail-Steel Wielded Construction . Equipped'for Either Horse Pull or Tractor Hitch / All-steel High-speed Hubs . High-speed Bower Roller Thrust Bearings , OsciUating Telescope Reach High Windrow Clearance Low t J^oading, JSJasy Pulling Short Turn 4-"^> Steering Interchangeable Wheels Use$ Standard 6.00x16 Tjres eraj^ice fruit trees, a in| for a farm, here is, l| o inspection at * W$ - h a? 130 »cr§s pjpwed back. This fayni h^§ sey- « wwdroill and a very good well, If anyone is look* >^e farm will be sold -to the highest bidder, This farm is sub* , . * * v i-l CARNIVAL DANCE Wed.,,Oct. 30 ALLIS- CHALMERS Balance payable at 4*i SERVICE REPAI Trash-Burning TANK HEATERS Hums cobs, trqsh. etc. 4 little early for these, but they may he 1 , scarce. OH burning and electric. Bradley Bros. Has the Hydraulic and • Mechanical > MANURE Qn Hand to ^ if Any Tractojr HfCTRJC WITIRERS hogs and livestock. Lpw |obs for hags and chickens. 3 «r 8 Afferent models — choose .what you need Pump Jack with Motor. Hammermill Belts, • Lime Spreaders. 560 gal. Fuel Tank with Stand. Farm Gates. Curri'Oilers. Waterers. Hog Waterers USED FARM EQUIPMENT I— JHC Used Corn Binder, Cheap 1— Portable Cpncrete Mixer 1— Brand-new Wqods Bros, gfogle J—lHO|g£ Eleptric Cream Separator, Used Corp

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